Atlanta Credit Card Fraud Lawyers
Suspected of Credit Card Fraud? Call Us Today.
Charges of financial transaction card fraud, also known as credit card fraud, a can arise in several types of scenarios, either knowingly or unknowingly. If you are facing charges, you could be looking at jail time and other serious penalties. What you need is a defense attorney who can step in to protect your rights and your future. Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum have 60+ years of combined experience. We possess the knowledge and the passion that is necessary to protect you and defend you.
Definition of Transaction Card Fraud
You can be charged with transaction card fraud if:
- You forge someone's signature on a card;
- You alter a card;
- You used someone else's card; or
- You obtain a card through a fraudulent application.
Additionally, store owners can be charged if they honor the above type of cards or change a purchase amount to be more than what is actually owed. You could even face charges for helping someone commit a credit card fraud crime. For example, if a friend has obtained another person's card and uses it to get money out of an ATM, you could get in trouble for driving him or her to the ATM.
Questions? Talk to Us in a Free Consultation!
There are virtually limitless scenarios that exist where a person could be arrested for or charged with fraud. Whatever situation you are in, our lawyers can provide nonjudgmental and effective legal help. To us, you are a person with a future, and we are here to help protect your future. We can help you through this crisis and protect your rights. Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum can take you under their wings.
Schedule your free initial consultation at our Atlanta law firm by calling (404) 471-3177 or contact us online. If you reach us from a police station or jail after an arrest, we can arrange to meet you there.